An outdoor bench with opposite back rests giving the people who sit on it, opposing views while still being close.
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A table and chair that were inspired by the art of origami with their faceted design looking like the complex folds.
A stunning oceanfront home in Montauk with lots of glass, with the perfect location for a surfing enthusiast.
From textiles to bags to glassware, the eclectic Wrong for HAY collection continues to produce fun, cheeky, and affordable design.
A pellet stove that's both modular and customizable to help keep modern design lovers huddled up and warm during winter.
A modern, comfy pouf to sit on that's there by your side anytime you need it.
See how Matthew Shlian creates a new version of the iconic Ghostly logo into a spiraling vortex made with paper.
A collection of seating with contrasting leather details that cover the spots that are most often worn out first.
A light-filled Ukrainian apartment with an eclectic interior and some pretty sweet vertical gardens.
With a focus on silhouettes, FINELL'S new geometric handbags take inspiration from origami with their faceted forms.
Using contrasting materials, Brad Wray Workshop created a multipurpose piece of furniture that can be a table, stool, or magazine rack.
The duo behind Barcelona-based design brand Tcherassi Vilató shares what keeps them creatively stimulated in this Friday Five.
From Marset, the Inma Bermúdez-designed lamp is not only portable, it's rechargeable too.
A molded wooden stool with a sculptural, three-legged base.
Scenes of a factory that are made from hand-cut paper stock and collaged together into large-scale, abstracted works.
A brand-new prefab in Sonoma, California with an amazing roof deck to enjoy the views of the rolling hills.